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Can Taking Fastin Cause Severe Headaches
What would cause a severe headache located behind the left ear at the base of the skull. Pain meds haven't helped. Now what? Medical history: heart surgery, diabetic, high blood pressure
Headaches : Headaches and their causes can be complicated, difficult diagnoses to make. With your past history of diabetes and high blood pressure, you should make an appointment with your doctor for a complete evaluation as soon as possible. You doctor will take a thorough history and do a neurological evaluation to try and find out what is causing your symptoms. You may want to think about the answers to some of the questions they may ask you such as: - when did it start? - how often do they happen? - are they getting more frequent or more painful? - how long do they last? - what does the headache feel like and can you point to it? - does it occur around the same time at night or does it ever happen during the day? - what other symptoms do you have and when do they occur in regards to the headache? - have you had any big life changes? - how is your lifestyle? Are you getting enough sleep, eating well, exercising? - are you taking any medications? Do you drink caffeine and how much? Answering these questions may help your doctor figure out what is causing your headaches, whether it is a serious problem or not, and how to help you. Good luck! ...Read more
Phentermine is been around for about 60 years. Phentermine is an appetite suppressant the bariatrician in the winter of 2008. Has a article gives a great description of the medication phentermine. I have used Phentermine over the last nine years without any complications whatsoever. We only give a half of a 37.5 mg ...Read more
Yes: It's not common, but it happens, and it's probably not a good medicine for you. Most people have no problems with it, but some are very sensitive, and have spikes in blood pressure or other severe symptoms, and they shouldn't take it without discuss first with their doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I wake up in the morning I have severe headache(I sleep about 8 hours). Same happens to me after taking naps too. What can cause this ?
Teeth grinding: You may clenching your jaw or grinding your teeth during sleep and that can cause a person to wake up with headache. You may wish to consult your dentist to verify if you are grinding your teeth. If that is the issue, your dentist may prescribe a mouth guard for use during sleep. ...Read more
Headache: Severe refractory headaches referred as worst headache of my life, specially if abrupt onset, may suggest a very serious condition (brain hemorrhage). Migraine, the most common form of primary headache disorders can be severe. Other conditions can cause headaches. Sinusitis, and trauma for instance may also cause severe haedaches. For proper diagnosis and treatment i suggest medical evaluation. ...Read more
Orgasmic Headaches: Headaches near orgasm affect about 1% of the population, men 3 times more than women. No one is certain of the cause. Usually, this resolves w/in a few weeks. This can, however be a sign of aneurysm (although this is rare) which is a serious condition. Plan to see your dr soon for eval. ...Read more
Maybe: There are many, many causes of sudden severe headaches from simple dehyrdation or lack of adequate food intake to life threatening vascular events (brain bleeds). Migraines are a specific type of headaches which have a specific pattern and diagnostic criteria. If headaches persist they require speciatly consultation evaluation. ...Read more
Headache w/ Pain Med: Unfortunately, almost all prescription pain medications come with the side-effect warning of "headache" -- including tramadol (ultram). Any severe headache that doesn't go away with stopping the medication needs to be evaluated, as headaches are caused by a variety of different conditions (including medications). Hope this helps! ...Read more
What causes a sudden headache in the middle of the night? Have had a severe headache in the back of my head since 1am w/ no relief.
Im 63yrs, suffering severe headache for more than 48hrs, dizzinesss that lead to vomiting(1 time).How 2cure please & what are causes.
Sometimes i wake up an have a severe headache were i can not open my eyes because it hurts some much, what could be the cause from it?
Many causes: This kind of headache can occur as the result of structural abnormalities which are made worse by increased pressure in your head which occurs with laying down. It is alo associated with sleep apnea and another kind of headache known as hypnic or alarm clock headache. Cluster ha also possible. If these headaches are new for you it would be best to have them evaluated. ...Read more
What could be the cause, I have migraines at least 3 times a week, always tired, and when i exercise i get sick and sometimes a severe headache.
There : There is a diagnosis called "post-coital headache" (post-sexual intercourse headache), that can occur after sex, however as it sounds like it has been persistent he should be seen by his physician and have imaging studies of his brain (ct or mri). If he has any visual changes, vomiting, weakness, or change in consciousness then he would need to be seen as an emergency. ...Read more
It can: During clinical trials of Modafinil for narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea (osa), and shift work disorder (swd) in adults, headaches were reported more frequently in patients receiving Modafinil than the placebo (34% vs 23%), however only 2% found the side effect so severe that they discontinued treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities : Your Headaches sharp or dull? Recently began or longstanding? What part of head involved? Also do you have nausea, change in vision or hearing? Awakes you from sleep? My initial thought is stress-related headache. But you need to visit a clinician to fully answer your question, or get back to us in a Concierge session. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Headache: When laying down, there is more blood return to the heart from the lower limbs and less blood return to the heart from the blood vessels above the heart (in the head and neck). With more blood being pumped out and more blood hanging around in the head and sinuses - the headaches could be sinus pressure or dilation of the vessel in the head. If frequency, duration, or severity increases seek md. ...Read more
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